French tribal gothic rock band Nova Et Vetera to re-release 2013 album ‘Dead Waltz’ on vinyl – order here
The french tribal gothic rock band Nova Et Vetera is to re-release it’s 2013 concept album “Dead Waltz” on vinyl (pre-orders are available here). The 10 track vinyl features the same cover artwork as the original release although the tracks have been remastered for vinyl pleasure.
The band started in 1998 when mrlamort, Essem and Miss lamort joined up to create a first 3-track demo (with CD-rom): “DEMO 1.999”. They quickly gathered interest from a loyal public and in 2000 joined Von Magnet for a few shows followed by gigs with Wallenberg, Jacquy Bitch, the Brotherhood of Pagans, Skeletal Family, Franck The Baptist, Joy Disaster, No Tears, Soror Dolorosa, AinSophaur… in the years that followed.
A 5 track EP follows in 2006 (“INextremis”), and in 2009 they land a 2nd 3-track EP (“Après la mort”), both in CD-rom format with an animation film. Their first full album follows in 2013, which now sees a vinyl reissue available right here.
You can listen and watch the splendid “I don’t exist” below. A band to check out for sure.
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